This is episode 065 of crankygeeks. Here is the episode page description:
Human Joysticks, Engadget in Apple Hoax, Cops on Segways...
What's new in Episode 65
Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, PCMagCast.com
Dylan Tweney, Senior Editor, Wired News
Cade Metz, Senior Writer, PC Magazine
Dell Confirms Plans to Enter Tablet PC Market
After Michael Dell went public with ridicule for Tablet PCs upon their arrival a few years ago, his company is changing its tune, and will deliver new Latitude Tablet PCs. Is Dell finally eating crow and giving recognition to this product category?
Engadget Knocks Apple Stock for a Loop--Over a Rumor
Tech Web site Engadget recently gave Apple's stock price a wallop by publishing a story saying key Apple products, including the iPhone, would be delayed. Turns out, a memo sent from Apple's servers was to blame, and it was a hoax.
MySpace Agrees to Spill the Beans on Sex Offenders at its Site
After speculation over whether it would bow to requests from several states, MySpace is planning to deliver names and personal information pertaining to known sex offenders at the site, in a move aimed at protecting young MySpace users.
What is a Web Site? So Pondereth an English Judge
Although he now claims his comments were taken out of context, an English judge recently made headlines in an Internet terrorism trial for saying he was unclear what a Web site is? Is this the right case for this chap to be presiding over? The cranks convene.
NYPD Rolls Out Segways. Now That's Cool Looking!
The New York Police Department has purchased a fleet of scooters for several of its officers and trained them to ride the souped-up chariots of cool. Not! Will the officers attempt to keep criminals at bay using roller skates next?
Game Turns Moviegoers into Human Joysticks
Throw your hands in the air! Wave 'em like you just don't care! That's the concept behind a new game that calls for movie audiences to wave their hands in tandem to control an on-screen game of paddleball. Look out for the flying Coke!